About the Organiser & Course Secretariat

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Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) is the second largest acute care general hospital in Singapore, with specialty centres in Rehabilitation Medicine and Communicable Diseases.

Established in 1844, the hospital is named after its founder, Mr Tan Tock Seng, a Chinese entrepreneur and philanthropist.TTSH is a member of the National Healthcare Group and continues to provide high quality holistic healthcare services to the people of Singapore. After three major moves in its long and distinguished history, the 1,200-bed hospital now provides most of its services in one modern complex equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and medical equipment, as well as the latest communication and information technology tools.

TTSH attained the Joint Commission International (JCI) accreditation by the Joint Commission Accreditation of Healthcare Organisations (JCAHO), USA, in August 2005, an award that represents a worldwide consensus on quality patient care.

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The Aesculap Academy is one of the leading medical education forums for everyone who is professionally, passionately, and ambitiously committed to people’s health. To those medical professionals, we offer top quality knowledge transfer based on globally recognized quality criteria using innovative methods and technologies. We share our pursuit of excellence in healthcare with our course participants and partners. We offer to teach for anyone who strives to protect life and health as well as they possibly can.

Since it was founded in 1995 the Aesculap Academy has developed into a globally recognized training institution. The network of knowledge covers meanwhile Europe, Africa, The Americas and the Asia Pacific.

Training courses are offered in more than 40 countries under the name and quality seal of the Aesculap Academy.

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The Singapore Cardiac Society was started in 1958 by a group of specialists with special interest in Cardiology working at Outram Road General Hospital. Pioneering physicians like Professors Dhanaraj, E.S. Monterio, Ernest Steven, Sir Gordon Arthur Ransome, Wong Hee Ong, Yong Nen Kiong and Charles Toh started regular clinical sessions to manage patients with cardiac diseases. The membership subsequently expanded rapidly with the addition of Drs MB Ghosh, Loh Tee Fun; and Teo Hoon Chow who had interest in the field of Paediatric Cardiology. Drs Yong Nen Kiong and Tan Ngoh Chuan joined the group in 1960 and added Cardiothoracic surgery to the group.

The Singapore Cardiac Society has made great strides in developing the practice of Cardiology and Cardiac Surgery in Singapore. With more Cardiologists, Cardiac Surgeons, Anaesthetists and Researchers from both private and institutional practice joining the Society every year, the Society looks forward to realizing the dreams of its founders in maintaining a high level of cardiac care for Singaporeans.